Braven BRV-X - Altavoz inalámbrico portátil ultrarresistente con clasificación IPX7 de resistencia al agua, negro
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- Drivers de audio HD hechos a medida para un sonido de alta fidelidad
- Diseñado para uso en interior y exterior
- Combinable con otro altavoz de forma inalámbrica para un mejor sonido exterior
- Batería de carga de 5200 mAh incorporada
- Conexión Bluetooth y NFC
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BRV-X de BRAVEN
El altavoz BRV-X ultrarresistente está fabricado especialmente para exteriores, con una clasificación IPX7 de resistencia al agua y exterior de goma antigolpes. Disfruta de la posibilidad de conectarlo con otro altavoz BRV-X de Braven gracias a la aclamada tecnología TrueWireles.
Con un diseño pensado para entusiastas del aire libre, el BRV-X de Braven permite disfrutar de 12 horas de música en cañones rocosos, pistas de esquí, rápidos, dunas de arena o incluso barbacoas en el jardín. El BRV-X tiene una clasificación IPX7 de resistencia al agua, amortigua los golpes, es portátil y cuenta con una batería de carga de 5200mAh para dispositivos externos. Además, permite adaptar la experiencia de audio a cualquier ambiente gracias a la posibilidad de cambiar de modo interior a modo exterior. Si quieres disfrutar de una experiencia estéreo completa, combínalo con otro altavoz BRV-X de Braven de forma inalámbrica mediante su tecnología TrueWireless.
Compatibilidad con aplicaciones: Facetime, iChat, Skype y otras.
Recepción de llamadas con manos libres: su micrófono aislante de ruidos incorporado permite realizar llamadas manos libres cómodamente
De viaje: su batería de carga de 5200 mAh carga de forma rápida smartphones, reproductores de MP3 y otros dispositivos USB.
Conexión inalámbrica: reproduce audio de forma inalámbrica a través del BRV-X desde dispositivos con Bluetooth. El BRV-X tiene una clasificación IPX7 de resistencia al agua y exterior de goma amortiguadora de golpes para uso en exteriores.
Control: cómodos botones para subir y bajar el volumen
Correa de ajuste: incluye una correa que se ajusta a través de unos orificios de aluminio para colocar el altavoz de forma segura en casi cualquier parte, mejorando tu experiencia en el exterior.
Estructura resistente antigolpes: estructura de goma combinada con plástico antigolpes para una mayor resistencia.
Impermeable: el BRV-X está protegido frente a lluvia, granizo, nieve y salpicaduras durante tus aventuras al aire libre.
Autonomía: disfruta de audio inalámbrico durante más de 12 horas.
Combinable con otro altavoz: la tecnología TrueWireless permite combinar dos altavoces BRV-X para una experiencia estéreo completa.
Dos modos para optimizar la experiencia de audio: puedes cambiar de modo interior a modo exterior para optimizar tu experiencia de audio y adaptarla a cada situación.
NFC: combinación asistida através de NFC.
Carga fácil: el BRV-X incluye un cable micro-USB a USB para cargarlo cómodamente.
Largo alcance: conexión por Bluetooth con un alcance de 10 metros
Contenido de la caja
Altavoz portátil con Bluetooth
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Sound quality is near perfect for the size comparison of speakers in it's class, it does sound really really good, clear crisp & loud with very very little almost non existent distortion. Of the speakers I listed the Bose portable (original) is the best sounding and loudest, it's also the biggest & a little out of the Bravens class. So it's close between the Bose Soundlink and Braven, but there's factors, the price of the Bose soundlink and the ruggedness of the Braven so it'll come down to what your overall use for the speaker is. The Braven is definitely better than the JBL Change and Charge Plus for sure. For toughness, ruggedness, outdoors/indoors and just a go anywhere do anything portable rough & tough Bluetooth speaker 100% the Braven with it's near Bose sound quality, for Sound quality alone with no need for ruggedness the Bose soundlink and if price is any issue both JBL's (charge & charge plus) sound amazing and are a super close second to the Bose soundlink.
To wrap things up if you looking at the Braven your obviously looking for a durable rugged portable Bluetooth speaker, that said, the speaker sounds great, has nice features, connects with no problems, is tough, will take a beating/built like a tank, water proof, pretty much everything proof, keep in mind it is a little bigger than most portable speakers but "definitely" not to big & with that comes big clean crisp sound with a nice bass tone, 100% recommended, a no brainier for the outdoor enthusiasts adventurer and works equally as well in doors. I love it & recommend it !
But this one is close. As a matter of fact, the only thing that comes to mind after several months of use is the strap that comes with it. While I didn't have any actual issues with it, it was just so thin, it made me nervous.
This speaker is marketed as being very tough, and it is. So they can expect that the people buying it will be putting it in circumstances where it may get abused a bit, otherwise why buy it for it's toughness? But then the tiny little strap that it comes with is so thin, I was afraid that just swinging it around while carrying it would make it snap. Although it is attached to the unit at a point that is metal, so that's plenty strong.
Now to be clear, it could be made out of carbon fiber for all I know and would never break, but I've never seen any claim as such so I have to assume that it's just nylon or something similar. Sounds like a carbon fiber strap would be the perfect match here.
As for the unit itself, like all my reviews I put it through several months of use to get a good idea as to how it holds up over time. And this one I was able to use it in a work environment where it has the potential of getting beat up pretty good. I was doing a windmill job where it pretty regularly was thrown around in the back of a truck with the rest of the tools and used daily out in the field. While it didn't have to withstand any major disasters like being run over or dropped from a deck at 100 feet, it took everything that was thrown at it perfectly. The main body with the rubberized coating was plenty robust and the front metal grill was heavy enough to take a few hits with only minor dings.
As for the sound quality, I have to say this... most heavy-duty bluetooth speakers like this suffer from poor sound quality. Either you have a tough speaker with crappy sound or a wimpy speaker with great sound. Not with is one. It is tough, and the sound is fantastic. Now, sound quality can be different for everyone, some of us are more picky than others, but to me this sounded great. I could hear the vocals clearly, the highs were there and the base was very impressive for a unit this small. One thing that helps with that is something that is usually just a gimmick, quite frankly. The "indoor/outdoor" switch on the back actually makes a dramatic difference in sound quality. I'm not sure if it just boosts base to be heard better outside or if it enhances the whole audio range, but it sure does help to make the switch when moving indoors or out.
While it is very tempting to buy something a lot cheaper (there many out there), in this case you get what you pay for. You will be buying several cheaper ones from them breaking or just putting up with crappy sound and falling apart over time.
This one is tough, water resistant, sounds great and therefore worth the $ spent to me.
Tip: if you really want to buy it make sure to get proper warranty as from the comments on other posts I can see there is no warranty if you buy it not from Braven retail.
Just as a note: also have Braven BRV-1, died in 10 months, luckily had proper warranty and got new one, new one still works fine.
Braven do something with this products so they do not get broken so easily!!
I looked at the UE Boom, Fugoo tough mini, and big turtleshell. The Fugoo had a nice and very small, high quality sound, but not a lot of bass which is what I wanted without having to get the larger one. The big turtle shell was good but big and cumbersome, also a little fuzzy. UE waS good but not as loud, also with nothing to use to mount it. The Braven was much louder than I thought, it has a strap that feels safe to put on anything, the amount of bass is good but not earth shaking, and it is a great size to carry eith you anywhere.
Would highly recommend if you are looking to buy a waterproof Bluetooth speaker for the first time. I also recommend getting the Canopy 2 year protection that is offered as well, just to be safe.
I am a little mad that the price dropped $20 two weeks after I bought it though.